ttomtucker

Port Townsend, WA

Have been collecting antique telephones since 1965, but I like all kinds of antiques and collectables, furniture, lamps, Coca-Cola, military uniforms, advertising.

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Family Photo 4 Generations of Grandmothers and Two Uncles - Photographsin Photographs
1898 Wilhelm Intercom Telephone - Telephonesin Telephones
American Automatic Telephone Co. Urbana, Ohio - Telephonesin Telephones
1968 MGB Primrose yellow Roadster - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
Western Electric Metal Round Wall Phone - Telephonesin Telephones
 Grundmann Service Garage, Redondo Beach, CA - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
WW2 Sweetheart Lockets and Pins - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Wall Telephone With a Wilhelm Double Diaphragm Transmitter - Telephonesin Telephones
Sears Kenmore Portable Electric Washing Machine - Kitchenin Kitchen

Comments

  1. Shareurpassion, I believe your right it is the Santa Monica Pier. The family lived in Los Angeles and a short trip down Santa Monica Blvd would have been easier that a trip to Redondo Beach. I had rea...
  2. Great looking telephone sign.
  3. jpsthesecond Welcom to CW, there's alot of knowledgeable Coca-Cola collectors on CW they have given me some good insight.
  4. The other insignia that looks like a flower is for the 9th Infantry Division. The 60th Infantry regiment was part of the 9th division during ww2.
  5. The black and white insignia stand for the 60th Infantry Regiment. The 60th served during WW1, WW2, and Viet Nam.
  6. There are six Morris Minors for sale here in Port Townsend, WA. The owner Rob has been collecting MM for some years. He travels to Canada and bring them back to the U.S. I will try and post some phot...
  7. They both look to be manufactured around 1913 by Western Electric Co. model # 1317. single box telephones have lost value over the years. value $125.00-$150.00
  8. Your Door-O- Fone was patented by Russell B Risbey of Oakland, CA on Dec 28, 1926 Patent number 1,612,184. In the patent it is called Door Phone.
  9. justahobby, your are correct for info only. If your interested in intercom with push buttons go to antique telephone collectors association. we buy-sell-trade. become a member and talk to collectors w...
  10. justahobby, Over the years I have specialized in collecting intercom, see my other posting on my show and tell.
  11. Thank you Virginia.vintage
  12. Thank you Rivertrout
  13. Thank you kerry10456, vanskyock24, pickrknows, trey
  14. Thank you Stonie, nwclocks, Antique Toys, sugargirl, SEAN68,
  15. Manikin, Nice restoral and looks great
  16. Truetone radios were manufactured for Western Auto Supply Co. your D723 was manufactured in 1937.
  17. Love those Craftman tool boxes
  18. Prosperity stoves were sold by Sears, Roebuck & Co. your looks to late 1930's
  19. Very nice looking radio
  20. Thank you sugargirl
  21. I like the look on this kids face, great sign.
  22. Thank you inky, they do come up on Ebay.
  23. I see that Bell System public telephone sign in the upper corner, very nice
  24. Thank you for the love officialfuel
  25. Thnk you for the funny Signaholic
  26. Great sign, never seen this before.
  27. Thank you for your love Golden_ Fleece
  28. Thank you for your love, Manikin, fortapache, Kalex1120, SteveTx76 ( yes it has the original parts insides), Vintagefran, walksoftly, trey, geo26e, aghcollect and MichiganMillsJr
  29. blunderbuss2, I am thanking you for stopping by and making a comment on by show and tell. I don't know how many telephone collectors are on CW. Most of the collectors belong to Antique Telephone Colle...
  30. The Wilhelm is not a common phone, I have two photo's of your intercom, one is restored and one is not. email at ttomtucker at cablespeed.com, I will delete this email later.
  31. Thank you blunderbuss2
  32. kalex1120, Welcome to CW
  33. Nice old intercom to have. Walter Wilhelm patented a double diaphragm transmitter on April 7, 1896 and by Nov. 1898 formed the Wilhelm Telephone Manfacturing Co of Buffalo, NY. The company produced si...
  34. Your Kellogg single box wall phone was manufactured in 1925
  35. walksoftly, I had very little restoring to do, It had been restored at one time many years ago. I had to match the stain under the wood plate which had the original finish. I replace the transmitter ...
  36. Thank you for your love: walksoftly, Manikin, fortapache, aghcollect, geo26e
  37. You have a Stromberg-Carlson all metal desk set model 1243 manufactured in the late 1930's. This was Stromberg-Carlson version to Western Electric 302.
  38. your sign could be earlier, look like a early 1960 VW convertible. I read where this ad Small wonder ran in 1965.
  39. Nice sign, has that art deco look.
  40. Photo 1 top U.S. Army Air force, Marine Corps patch (maybe new) Photo 2 top left Army European Theater of Operations Advanced Base. below 2nd Air Force, top right AirBorne Infantry Regt. (unknown un...
  41. Second photo Labope ET Honore 22nd Field Artillery third photo EX HOC Victoria Signo 14th Field Artillery
  42. There are several of these signs on Ebay and the seller claims that the signs were being used in the 1990's. This sound about right after the break up of the Bell Telephone system in 1984 the telephon...
  43. Your Western Electric Touch-A-Matic model 5001T01A series S was produced between 1979 and 1984. Western Electric manufactured Touch-A-Matic for wall or desk use.
  44. I remember dancing around the may pole in 1950, I was going to school at Barber's Point Elementary School in Hawaii. Being from a Navy family we remember "May day is payday in Hawaii" back then the mi...
  45. Sure looks like a Bradley & Hubbard
  46. I have a dragonfly lamp posted on my show and tell and it looks like your leadlight, it was manfactured by Bradley-Hubbard.
  47. Your desk phone is a Western Electric model 202 manufactured around 1929/30. the phone number 13F5 was the drop location on a manual switchboard.
  48. Nice go with cup Kerry, Happy Easter.
  49. These desk phone were manufactured in Singapore in the late 1960's and 1970's. The problem I find is there are no parts available to repair them, you almost have to buy another junker to fix the one ...
  50. Thank you Vintagefran for your love and comment.
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